arrivals procastinate *echo* is a polyphony of choreographies initiated by dancer and performer Klara Utke Acs. It is a practice of social posing as a nonverbal, subtle yet forceful mode of political positioning. As an eco-system of bodies, subjects and aliens, the performance is
PETER, the plague a list, a history, a contagion, a memory, a thought, a lifestyle, a choice, a miracle, a child, a verse, a sickness, an announcement, an archive, a protest, alive, another, a promise, practice, problem, performance, place, position, parameter, prediction,
How do we experience, affect and remember our sounding surroundings? In visual artist Annie Tådne’s installation ”Paroxysm”, a mesh of light is constructed and activated by surrounding noises. As spectators, we experience the space through the sound that we produce. Entering the
For Choreomania, the installation Paroxysm will be activated by a performance by vocalist Stine Janvin. Through various projects such as Fake Synthetic Music and Native Instrument (Shelter Press), Janvin explore and challenges the physical features of the voice, the acoustics of her external/internal
The captivating works of alternating dance collective Young Boy Dancing Group ranges from videos, fashion, sculptures and, as to be seen at Norbergfestival 2018, live performances—often which are structured improvisations, influenced by post-apocalyptic envisions, Bacchic acrobatics, posthumanism and unconsciousness performed. Young Boy
NAKED are Agnes Gryczkowska and Alexander Johnston, a London-based duo engaging with extreme forms of electronic music, capturing the affects of BDSM in successfully fuses of hyper-contemporary sounds of experimental electronics with highly relational and bodily performances. Their recent EP – Total
Hard and fast, Colombian-Spanish born Astrid Gnosis scavenges the more esoteric sides of contemporary Eurasian counterculture in transfiguring performances, music and visual arts—intensely characteristic, and as subversive as captivating. Website
In the ever-sound-inducing environment of participatory sound installation Scape by Christian Reiter Seibæk, a performance will emerge. In a durational performative and ethically demanding choreography of the self, Reiter Seibæk is engaged in conduction by PETER. In a radical unproductising of expanded
Tanzplage, or Dancing Plague, is initiated by Berlin based choreographer, dancer and dance facilitator Lea Martini. She has always been interested in physical intensities and is the co-founder of collaborations such as the performance collective White Horse and Deter/Müller/Martini. Dancing Plague had
Is movement a pandemic infection? Surrendering to the disease, Tanzplage Norberg invites to a collective mania. Pushing boundaries between individual selves, group belongings and no-selves, this is an excavation of the movement itself, and what it means to let it take over.
Through expressive performances involving body paint and curious stage outfits, AJA is set on tearing down norms and boundaries in a collision of sound art, noise and rhythmic brutality, complete with DIY gear and screeching vocals. With a cherry on top.
What is N.M.O.? It is a military space music and/or Fluxus techno duo, an ever-changing acronym incorporating club music, performance, military drumming, fitness and absurdity. It’s also one of the best performing acts in electronic music we know of.